### Table 1 The normalized document vectors

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### Table 3 The sensitivity of the nominal luminance mechanism (Vl) and the individual luminance mechanisms as measured by flicker photometrya

2000

"... In PAGE 14: ... (A1) With data obtained for N]2 test patterns, the N equations of the form of (A1) may be solved to de- termine the chromoluminance direction of SEN. Table3 provides the values of SEN we determined for each of our three observers. References Brainard, D.... ..."

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### Table 2: Cointegration Coefficients Argentina10 Mexico Brazil Venezuela

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"... In PAGE 9: ...9 This finding is in line with theoretical arguments of the pull/push factor approach, where capital flows to receiving countries increase if perceived country risk is low and if interest rate in the creditor country are low. Table2 reports the coefficients of the cointegration vectors and Table 3 reports the adjustment coefficients to the cointegration relationships. We find for Argentina, Mexico and Brazil that capital flows and not country risk is adjusting to a disequilibrium position, indicating that country risk is driving capital flows and not the reverse.... ..."

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### Table 1. Restoration of the height map from various smoothed surface normal vector fields. Surface Normal Number of

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"... In PAGE 3: ... The result- ing heights have been smoothed by averaging in a a0 a40 a0 neighbourhood in two passes over the entire image. The MCE between the vector fields obtained from the esti- mated height map and those provided initially are shown in Table1 . We can observe from this table that we obtain a quite accurate representation of the surface normals de- rived from the estimated height map.... ..."

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### Table 6: Joint identification of determinants of capital flows and country risk Capital flows Country

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### Table 2: Normalizing and clustering basis vectors

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### TABLE I NORMALIZED VARIANCE OF THE WEIGHT VECTOR

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### Table 1: Feature based method vs. Image based method. The error is the di erence between correct normal vector and the normal vector of the detected plane. (23 planes were used in this experiment)

### Table 1: General characteristics of the workloads. Quake II uses texture maps to create the e ect of lighting and hence does not require normal vectors

"... In PAGE 16: ...47% 75.48% Table1 0: Percentage of triangles for which per-pixel perspective correction could be completely eliminated when the tilt factor threshold is set at di erent values. 4.... In PAGE 17: ...33% 1.26% Table1 1: E ectiveness of dynamic tiling in terms of percentage of triangles to be rasterized that qualify for dynamic tiling using the normalized distance criterion, and the normalized distance and contributed area criterion. D and A represent the normalized distance and number of pixels contributed by the OpenGL primitive under consideration, respectively.... In PAGE 18: ...36 0.09 Table1 2: E ectiveness of dynamic tiling in terms of percentage of triangle pixels whose rasterization processing is eliminated due to dynamic tiling, using the normalized distance criterion, and the normalized distance. D and A represent the normalized distance and number of pixels contributed by the OpenGL primitive under consideration, respectively.... In PAGE 18: ...03% 6.51% Table1 3: E ectiveness of mesh optimization in terms of percentage reductions in application-to- geometric-transformation (A-G) and geometric-transformation-to-rasterization (G-R) tra c, and in geometric transformation and triangle setup overhead. 4.... In PAGE 19: ... This model might result in as high as 450MB/sec of tetxure tra c on AGP bus with QuakeII at 30 frames per second. DataSet A-G Bandwidth G-R Bandwidth Texel Bandiwdth QuakeII 149,484 244,227 14,884,701 Graz 966,479 180,042 2,802,523 Library 1,181,770 215,106 7,331,333 Aztec 5,201,038 1,130,229 0 Table1 5: 3D applications apos; per-frame bandwidth requirements at di erent points of the graphics pipeline as measured in bytes on the Mesa/Glide/3dfx graphics system. A-G and G-R stand for Application-to-Geometric-transformation, and Geometric-transformation-to-Rasterization, respec- tively.... ..."